Tag: Formalism

Why The Emphasis On "Experimental" And "Experiential"

Why the Emphasis on Experimental and Experiential? Some may wonder what I mean by, or why I emphasize so much, the words Experimental and Experiential (the two being synonymous) when speaking of the Christian’s walk.The answer is simple, anything found in the Bible that is not experimentally applied to the Christian at some point in His…

Ten Experimental Waymarks

Ten Experimental Waymarks of Salvation “How can I know if I am really saved?” The question often arises, “how can a person know if they are truly saved?” Some may answer: “If you believe the Gospel you are truly saved,” or “if you trust in Jesus as your only hope of salvation then you are…

The Misuse Of Logic In Biblical Discourse

The key passages Before making my comments on the matter of the misuse of logic and human reasoning in biblical discussion, I think it best to look at some of the key passages at issue: Colossians 2:8 Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments…

Mental Assent Alone Is Not True Faith

Mental Assent Alone Is Not True Faith Curt Wildy In light of the question: Does having a mere “mental assent” to the truths of the Gospel equate to having a true, God-given faith in the Godhead and Christ that the Gospel reveals, it is my belief that “mental assent” alone does not equate to true…